Found October 05, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
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Don Kelly was the victim of an errant foul ball on Saturday. The moment came in the second inning when Detroit Tigers teammate Omar Infante fouled a pitch off that just so happened to smack directly into Kelly standing in the on deck circle. What are the odds, you ask? Apparently, better than one might think. It could have ended much worse for him, though. Namely, the groin region. Via For the Win
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